Workshop

Creating Characters and Stories : SI At Your Service Kids! Zoom Illustration Workshop! : Morning Session

August 06, 2020 | 10:30 am to August 27, 2020 | 12:00 pm
Every Thursday from 10:30am - 12:00pm
August 6, 13, 20, 27 | Morning Session 
Tickets: $120 for 4 week program. $108 discount sibling(s) price.
Click here for the afternoon session. 
 
Character Scavenger Hunt and Draw
Each week we will build on understanding character development and how illustrators use research for inspiration. The weekly assignments and art materials list will be sent in an email. At the end of each series students will have built a portfolio of different characters and story ideas. They will also have gained a fun experience talking about their characters with the group.
 
Participants will join class via Zoom with the art materials needed and their character research assignment to share.
 
The assignment will be to research 5 characters - looking in books at home and around their home to find them. They will draw their version of the characters to share in class.
 
Part 1. Class will start with a show and tell. Everyone will hold up what they found together, followed by the drawing they did.
Part 2. With a live drawing and coloring demonstartion participants will watch Clare create a new character. Students will also draw their own versions in class.
 
Students will receive a SI Kids! Summer Series 2020 Illustration Certificate from the Museum of Illustration!
 
How to register:
Click on the button "Buy Tickets" to submit payment. Once payment is received, an email will be sent to you containing the log in information for the zoom meeting. Students must have a (free) zoom account to participate.
 
About the instructor:
Born and raised in England, Clare Pernice’s passion for children’s books took root while influenced by Roald Dahl (who visited her school), and her witty story-telling father. Pernice took an avid interest in the world of children’s stories, art and design and went on to graduate from London’s Central Saint Martin’s School of Art. She has since illustrated and exhibited works in Paris, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Charleston and New York. She has also designed children’s books, clothes, toys, & murals, and has created costumes and props for film and stage.
Clare Pernice